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Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (2 Discs)

Released on 20 March 2006

Featuring: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson & Rupert Grint

Format: DVD | Rating: 12 years & over

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Beset by nightmares that leave his scar hurting more than usual, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) is all too happy to escape his disturbing dreams by attending the Quidditch World Cup with his friends Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson). But something sinister ignites the skies at the Quidditch campsite; the Dark Mark, the sign of the evil Lord Voldemort. It's conjured by his followers, the Death Eaters, who haven't dared to appear in public since Voldemort was last seen thirteen years ago - the night he murdered Harry's parents.

Harry longs to get back inside the safe walls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where Professor Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) can protect him. But things are going to be a little different this year. Dumbledore announces that Hogwarts will host the Triwizard Tournament, one of the most exciting and dangerous of the wizarding community's magical competitions. One champion will be selected from each of the three largest and most prestigious wizarding schools to compete in a series of life-threatening tasks in pursuit of winning the coveted Triwizard Cup...

Disc 1:

  • Feature Film
  • Disc 2:

    • Additional Scenes
    • Conversations with the Cast - interviews with Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson
    • Fun Interactive Challenges: Triwizard Tournament: Dragon Challenge / Triwizard Tournament: Dragon Challenge / Triwizard Tournament: Maze Challenge / To the Graveyard and Back Challenge
    • Breathtaking Making-of Featurettes and Behind-the-Scenes Including: "Harry vs. the Horntail: The First Task" / "In Too Deep: The Second Task" / "The Maze: The Third Task" / "Meet the Champions" / "He Who Must Not Be Named" / "Preparing for the Yule Ball"
    • Exhilarating DVD-ROM Features Including: EA Game Demo / Magical Trading Cards / Hogwarts Timeline / Web interactivity

    See below for the Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix trailer

    • In Cinemas July 13th 2007

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (26 reviews)

     Poor Adaptation for superb book

    | | See all Flintster's reviews (2)

    I have read the other reviews for this film and I think some people are forgetting about how poorly this film was adapted. I do understand that the GOF book was a large book, but nearly 75% of the story has been altered in someway. Like the way they didn't include the Dursley's at the beginning or include Dobby who was meant to have a small part in the film. Where they could have put one of these things in, they put in scenes that were not even in the book. Personally, I think that this film depends too heavily on special effects and trying to give us cheap thrills. In the triwizard tournament the first task was extended just so the filmakers could use more CGI and the Third task was a total letdown. It was meant to be a maze full of monsters and they made it just a very creepy maze. This film also changed the plot slightly from the book. In the book we did not know who Barty Crouch Jr was until the Pensieve scene, but in the film, we see him in two dream scenes and at the World Cup. That was the whole mystery of the book and they spell it out for the audience instead of letting us work it out! Besides all the above complaints, the film on its own is a good film. I just do not believe it is worth any more than 3 stars because it is not entirely true to J.K Rowling's fourth Harry Potter novel. Worst of the five adaptations so far.

     Harry Potter Comes Fourth With The Best Film So Far...

    | | See all spiderfan's reviews (12)

    As the new Potter film (Order of the Phoenix) is due to be released and the last book is out a couple of weeks later my household has been over-run by all things Harry Potter. Please note there are no children in my home (says a lot about me).


    I decided to go back over the last four Harry Potter films (look at my other Harry Potter reviews, if you want) and get the feel for them again before watching the new one at the IMAX.

    So onto the review:

    Goblet of Fire is by far the best book of the franchise. The character development is spot on and the story arc is very good. To fit all the story into two and a half hours is no mean feat.

    Is this achieved? Well sort of.

    Watching it back I realised that the first 20minutes or so feel very rushed but once we are back at Hogwarts it gets paced better. I felt that characters such as Reeta Skeeter were just there for show and that it was a mistake to show Bart Crouch Jr. so early on (would have been nice to guess who was the menace for the non-readers).

    This is just me nit picking though really. I really enjoyed watching this film of the four and in places made me laugh out loud! The humour is well placed in such a darker film and the story flies along brilliantly up to the brilliant face off with Voldermort.

    If the new film is like this one we are on for a treat!

    The DVD package is what you have come to expect now from the franchise. Nicely detailed and games to keep the little 'uns (or big 'uns) entertained.

     The best Potter Flick yet!!!

    | | See all JediTaurs's reviews (58)

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    As a massive fan of the books im always weary of the films and as Goblet of Fire is my fav book i wasnt expecting to like this all that much. Boy was i proved wrong this film was a massive improvemnt from the third movie, they captured the darkness of the book and adapted it amazingly to the big screen. The Horntail battle was amazing, and casting Ralph Fiennes as Voldemort was a stroke of genius, he is so creepy. The music is excellent and the all star cast add great support to the leading kids who improve with every movie. I havent got a single bad word to say about this film, i love it!

     Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire

    | | See all flameboyyyyyy's reviews (228)

    Very good special effects, they are probably the best part in the entire film, the kids (Daniel, Emma & Rupert) are actually beginning to act correctly, and they are finally doing it well.
    Overall the acting is getting better and the special effects are the best, especially the Dragons.

     An average film poorly adapted from a great book

    | | See all Fostonfrog's reviews (17)

    After the first three Harry Potter movies, this is a bit of a let-down. With the book being so long it was obvious that a lot would have to go but too much of the wrong stuff went. Harry, Ron and Hermione are all teenagers now and thus, in the normal way of teenagers, they're obsessed with sex but so what? This is supposed to be a magical adventure movie, not a half-baked love story!

    Vital chunks of the basic plot are missing, not least the dirty secret that Barty Crouch tries so hard to hide but ultimately fails - and what happened to Winky the house elf? I've given it three stars because it's still worth watching but it could, and should, have been so much better!

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    ActorsDaniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Jason Isaacs, Eric Sykes, Timothy Spall, David Tennant, Mark Williams, Robbie Coltrane, Roger Lloyd-Pack, Katie Leung, Michael Gambon, Maggie Smith, Brendan Gleeson, Gary Oldman & Ralph Fiennes
    DirectorMike Newell
    Certificate12 years and over
    ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
    LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
    SubtitlesArabic ; English ; Greek ; Icelandic ; English for the Hearing Impaired
    Duration2 hours and 30 minutes (approx)
    RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.